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Fabulous Scotland

Come to Scotland and explore our glens by bike, or walk high up into the hills for stunning views. Find a peaceful beach on one of the islands, or experience the magic of the lively cities.

Discover Scotland

If you are looking to holiday in Scotland, you certainly have a wide choice of locations to choose from. You have the rugged coastlines and landscapes to die for, charming villages and lochs that will keep you mesmerised for hours.


We haven’t even begun to mention the fantastic city breaks you could enjoy. Visiting the fine cities of Scotland will certainly please all the family, for example Edinburgh, which boasts a fabulous culinary scene, shopping, theatres and a bustling nightlife scene which will certainly keep you all busy.

If a remote getaway and the great outdoors is your style then you are spoilt with unique Glamping experiences, from cabins to lodges and even Shepherd hut’s are aplenty. Embark on a walking holiday visiting coastal retreats, take in the mysterious Loch Ness, which is probably the most famous body of water in the UK where you can also appreciate the stunning scenery that surrounds it.

But if a remote getaway and the great outdoors is your style why not embark on a walking holiday? Take in the mysterious Loch Ness, which is probably the most famous body of water in the UK and appreciate the stunning scenery thats surrounds it. Walkers will love taking up the highland trails and walks such as the Great Glen Way and Ben Alligin. Perfect to take in the stunning and awe inspiring surroundings of fabulous Scotland.

Pack your bags and take a road trip to see what you can find and uncover in fabulous Scotland. Here we feature three destinations where we showcase a selection of holiday cottages, homes, lodges and fabulously unique places to stay.

The Highlands

The Scottish Highlands are a popular area for all holiday makers you are surrounded by fantastic landscapes, big skies and a natural playground for you to explore. Pass through the national parks and marvel at the mountain landscapes and the mysterious lochs, the rugged natural beauty will amaze you, as you walk the highland trails. Don’t forget Ben Nevis which is Britains highest peak!

The fabulous coastline stretches for miles and many islands, many uninhabited can be visited. However you’re exploring the coastline if by kayak, paddle board or even wild swimming, the sights will amaze you.
Many towns have a slower pace of life but are steeped in intrigue and history, don’t forget the fabulous artisan food and Scottish hospitality as you explore the Scottish Highlands.


Edinburgh

This famous city is certainly top on the list to visit. It’s a beautiful city drenched in history and architecture is simply stunning. As well as the famous castle you need to explore the stunning Medieval Old Town which sits proudly next to the Georgian New town.

There is much to fill your holiday time with and many unique attractions, a fabulous shopping and dining destination for all you foodies. How about taking a walking tour of the city so you really get to see the real Edinburgh on foot, you could learn about the history and the legends of the city and conclude with a visit to the castle.

If you are looking to take in the vista of the old town and the sea, then why not visit the viewpoints of Arthurs seat and Calton Hill, a fantastic place to sit and relax and to realise that Edinburgh is a city that you won’t forget in a hurry. 

This famous capital city is certainly top of the ‘must visit’ list, not only is the city drenched in history it also hosts a world renowned, annual celebration of arts and culture, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.


Aberdeen

Located on the North East coast this fabulous area is certainly where the harbour literally meets the city. You can go from a stroll on the beach, spotting pods of dolphins to taking in some serious shopping in the centre. So you could be paddle boarding in the morning and dining out and taking in a theatre show in the evening, perfect!

Aberdeen is the third largest city in Scotland and is often know as the “Granite City” as it’s famous for the stunning granite buildings and monuments that cover most of the city. Aberdeenshire is also home to the Cairngorms national park so you are not far from all the natural beauty of Scotland.

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